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A request for order, or RFO, is the act of formally asking a judge to make orders in a legal matter. If the judge issues the requested orders the orders become enforceable by the court's contempt power.
'Should' can be used: To express something that is probable. Examples: \u201cJohn should be here by 2:00 PM.\u201d \u201cHe should be bringing Jennifer with him. To ask questions. Examples: \u201cShould we turn left at this street?\u201d ... To show obligation, give recommendation or even an opinion. Examples: \u201cYou should stop eating fast food.\u201d
Here are some better phrases to make polite requests in English: \u201cDo you mind\u2026?.\u201d \u201cWould you mind\u2026? \u201cCould I\u2026?\u201d \u201cWould it be ok if\u2026?\u201d \u201cWould it be possible\u2026?\u201d \u201cWould you be willing to\u2026?\u201d
Be direct but polite. For example, if you need a sitter for a few minutes, you might say, "I have to run to the store, but my baby is still sleeping. Would you mind coming over and listening for him? I won't be long, and I'll be happy to pick something up for you while I'm at the store."
Could has the same meaning as may when making requests. It is equally polite to say \u201cCould I leave early?\u201d or \u201cMay I leave early?\u201d Could is used with any subject to ask for permission. For example \u201cCould I open the window?\u201d or \u201cCould you open the window?\u201d are both grammatical.
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Service Order Request means a request by a retailer for a network provider to perform a service in accordance with the Service Order Procedures.
An example of request is the song someone asked a band to play. A formal message requesting something. Request means to ask for something. An example of request is to ask for a menu in a restaurant.
This is another expression that can be used to make a request or order more polite. I was hoping you could lend me some money....Would you mind\u2026? Would you mind waiting for an hour? Would you mind opening the window? (= Please open the window.) Would you mind moving a bit? (= Please move a bit.)
formality and politeness It's important to be aware that, in addition to this difference in meaning,request is a much more formal and polite word than ask, and it is used less often.
(1) Somebody please get me water. (3) Put your file on my desk. (4) Please buy me some snacks.

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